It’s a hot Saturday afternoon and I’m feeling a little bored, so I decided to take a few pictures in my abode (seeing as I don’t have a model—waaah). Using my Canon Speedlite 580EX II and 320EX as master and slave respectively, I took about 40 shots. Of course my Slik tripod and my Canon RC-3 remote controller were both essential for this photo shoot.
(Above) Taken at my dining table. My 580EX II (on-camera) had its light bounced off the ceiling while the 320EX lights up the wall behind me, eliminating any shadows.
(Below) Taken on my comfortable couch. Both speedlites were bounced—the 320EX was directed at the wall. I had to experiment a bit with the flash angles.
(Above) Here I am, seated by my Yamaha Clavinova. The 320EX was hidden behind the music desk and aimed towards the wall. This was one of the hardest shots to get right.
(Below) And finally here I’m sitting on my bedroom floor with the afternoon light streaming through the lace curtains. It’s great how the two Speedlites could balance out the lighting even though I used E-TTL (Auto).Canon 18-135mm IS zoom lens, EOS 550D, Speedlite 320EX, Speedlite 580EX II